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‘Krampus Origins’ Is Coming To Town Just In Time For The Holiday Season

    You may leave out cookies and milk for ole Saint Nick, but the last thing you’d want to do is give Krampus a reason to visit. While Santa wants to spoil the good little boys and girls, Krampus has something nasty planned for those who misbehave. From director Joseph Mbah comes Krampus Origins, the […]

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Body Horror ‘Pop’ Is Ready To Gross You Out on Prime

  Watching zit popping videos is a thing these days, however gross it may be. Pop, the new bizarre body horror from Unmanned and director J. Spencer takes zits to a whole new level. Renee, a stoned slacker is obsessed with popping her zits — till the zits start popping back! It satirizes L.A. culture, delves […]

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Logan Miller and Nick Dodan star in ESCAPE ROOM.

Search For Clues In The First ‘Escape Room’ Trailer

  This January six strangers think they’re in for a night of fun, instead, they end up in a fight for their lives in Adam Robitel‘s psychological horror thriller Escape Room. Taylor Russell, Logan Miller, Deborah Ann Woll, Jay Ellis, Tyler Labine, Nik Dodani, and Yorick van Wageningen star in the film written by Bragi Schut and Maria […]

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Witness ‘The Heretics’ This November

      This November, a woman will transform into something very, very strange in The Heretics, the horror thriller from Chad Archibald, the director that also brought us Bite and The Drownsman. In the film, “a young woman (Nina Kiri of ”The Handmaid’s Tale”) is abducted by a strange man who claims that a […]

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Finnish Horror ‘Tuftland’ Due To Make March Arrival

  Subliminal Films has acquired the Finnish hillbilly thriller Tuftland for US distribution and has released a series of new posters in anticipation of its theatrical release. The debut feature from NYU graduate Roope Olenius, Tuftland centers on “headstrong textile student Irina as she accepts a summer job offer from the isolated and self-sufficient village of […]

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Adam F. Goldberg On Robert Englund’s Return As Freddy For “The Goldbergs” Halloween Special

  We’ve been eagerly awaiting “The Goldbergs” Halloween special featuring Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger, the horror icon he made famous. With only days away until its airing, you may be wondering just how Freddy’s cameo came to be. Adam F. Goldberg the executive producer of The Goldbergs, which airs on ABC-TV on Wednesdays at 8 […]

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‘My Friend The Demon’ Starring Javier Botet Kicks Off Indiegogo Campaign

  Writer-director Matt Sears‘ (Charlie Boy)  My Friend the Demon has kicked off its Indiegogo campaign in hopes of raising money for the production of the movie which will be used as a proof of concept. The cast for My Friend the Demon is impressive, including actor Javier Botet, who has appeared in films such as […]

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No Sesame, All Street – This November Bring Home ‘The Happytime Murders’

    Discover what happens on the other side of the street in the outrageous, dark comedy, The Happytime Murders arriving this November from STX Films and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. “Hilarious, wickedly original and crazily quirky” (Neil Pond, Parade), The Happytime Murders is directed and produced by Brian Henson (The Muppet Christmas Carol) alongside producers Jeffrey Hayes, Melissa McCarthy, and […]

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Movie Review: Netflix’s Original Film ‘Apostle’ Is Simply Brilliant

  Corruption, greed, envy, perversion, murder, all stand prominent in Netflix‘s feature film Apostle, from writer-director Gareth Evans (The Raid). In this dark, twisted, supernatural tale Thomas Richardson (Dan Stevens) journeys to the island where a cult is holding his sister hostage, on a mission to bring her home.  The prophet Malcolm, played by Michael Sheen, rules his […]

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